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1962 SUMMER SESSIONS 

ALABAMA COLLEGE 



First Term June 11-July 14 

Second Term July 16-August 18 

Continuous Session June 11-August 18 

Summer Science Institute June 11-August 17 

COURSES OF STUDY 

Alabama College's Summer School catalog carries a complete list- 
ing of classes for the 1962 summer sessions. Classes will be offered in 
the following subjects: 

Art Mathematics 

Biology Music 

Business Administration Physical Education 

Chemistry Physics 

Education Psychology 

English Sociology 

Foreign Languages Social Work 

History Speech 
Home Economics 

Alabama College offers four undergraduate degrees, the Bachelor 
of Arts, the Bachelor of Science, the Bachelor of Music Education 
and the Bachelor of Music. 

GRADUATE PROGRAM 

In addition to classes on the undergraduate level, courses will be 
offered on the graduate level during the 1962 Summer School. Pro- 
grams of graduate study include elementary education; supervision; 
administration; and secondary education with majors in the following 
fields: biology, education, English, health, physical education, recrea- 
tion, history, psychology, speech and speech correction. 

The graduate degree, the Master of Arts in Teaching is awarded 
during the summer sessions. 



Radiation Biology Laboratory 
in Bloch Hall 



A Typical Classroom in Demonstration 
School for Teachers 



Informal Meeting Room 





Air Conditioned Napier Hall 



Canoeing on College Lake 



A Part of Campus at Night 



SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

Several workshops, institutes and clinics are held each summer. 
Included among the major special programs for 1962 are the Summer 
Workshop Program and Demonstration School for Teachers, the In- 
stitute for High School Science Teachers and the Speech and Hearing 
Clinic. 

LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS 

Air conditioned dining facilities and a limited number of air con- 
ditioned meeting and conference rooms are available on campus. Two 
of the college's six residence halls are air conditioned. Room and meals 
will be available for men, women and for families. 

RECREATION 

Excellent summer recreational facilities are available. The College's 
28-acre lake located just off -campus offers unusual opportunities for 
boating and fishing. A recreational swimming program is available, 
as well as golf, tennis, volleyball, softball, and other sports. 



REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FORM 

Fill out this blank and mail to Director of Admissions, Alabama 
College, Montevallo, Alabama. 



Name in full 



Address: Street and number, or R.F.D. 



City 



County 



State 



( ) send application form for Summer Sessions 

( ) send application form for Fall Semester, 1962 

( ) send Summer School Catalog 

( ) send Graduate Program Bulletin 



Summer School 196: 



JUNE It ■■- JULY 14 



16 * AUGUST 18 



CONTINUOUS SESSION 
JUNE it ~ AUGUST 18 



SUMMER SCIENCE INSTITUTE 
' JUNE If - AUGUST 17 



ALABAMA COLLEGE PS LETTER 

Published Bi-monthly 
MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA 



VOL. XXXII 



APRIL, 1962 



NUMBER 4 



Entered as second-class matter January 8, 1932, at Post Office at Montevallo, 
Alabama, under Act of August 24, 1912.